According to a new FBI warning, hackers are stepping up their attacks on U.S. automotive industry to include ransomware infections, data breaches, phishing attacks, and corporate espionage activities.
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Nicole Lindsey is a journalist and writer for more than 10 years, focusing on the intersection of technology, innovation and privacy. She has a background in information technology and has worked with various software companies and tech startups on their public relations and communications initiatives.
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